The number of American families living in poverty in the United States “increased 1.3 percent between 2006 and 2007,” according to the latest data released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Monthly Archives For August 2008
Rush and Glenn and Laura and Michael don’t punish liberals on the radio, yet liberals punish children in the classroom. Nancy Pelosi, let’s talk fairness anytime you want.
The appeal court admitted that state lawmakers have “acted as though homeschooling is, in fact, permitted in California.”
Stanford researchers have verified that embryonic stem cells transplanted into mice are resoundingly rejected by the immune system and destroyed.
America’s so-called intellectual elites remain either smugly ignorant or in outright denial of the West’s struggle with communism that consumed much of the 20th Century and is still too much with us, late and soon.
Five academics have challenged the conventional wisdom that silence in the face of emotional trauma is unhealthy.
In Hollywood, can any movie be produced capable of sending shrill shockwaves deep into the core of Los Angeles’ conscience? It seems such a feat is indeed possible.
Although Americas are hearing political elites promising to end their health care woes with universal coverage, the government does not have a stellar record of delivering its current services.
House Republicans once again took the floor Friday, August 22, 2008 in an effort to encourage citizens to vote for American energy production.
Buoyed by their success in persuading students to “get involved,” left-leaning college professors have overlooked a fundamental law of physics that can apply to human relations as well: For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.